|Looking across the moor from 2700 feet, stoneage field boundries easy to see.|
|Our One Day Course Student was Alex McLaughlin,|
who had travelled from Falmouth, and works on the Cornishman newspaper.
|Visitor Alex White with Introductory Flight Pilot Roger Appleboom.|
|Roger also flew with Roger Spall, who was visiting whilst on holiday from Canada.|
As the afternoon drew on the wind, which had been Southerly throughout, picked up in strength, thus aligning the cloud streets and making for some interesting final approaches...
With dusk falling an hour earlier than yesterday, safety over-ruled flying beyond five, at which time we bade farewell to Alex after her 6th and final launch (by which time she was flying the K-13 using all 3 controls together) and shut the hangar doors on completion of 41 trouble free launches.
Thanks go to Barry Green for winching, to son Roger for showing off his super sexy ASW-(up round and down)-20, to Heather Horswill for exercising the Discovery fleet on retrieve, to David Bourchier for providing fresh stocks of yaw string (an instructor's delight!) and Chris Acton for generally helping but not flying (we couldn't fit him in..!)